His playing was a masterful achievment... Varied, capricious, controlled and monumental. . - Tidnengen, Sweden
Authoity, brilliance, and genuine fire were perfectly combined with sensitivity and lyricism.
Uncommonly gifted. His piano recital was both exciting and moving.
-The Washington Post (Washington D.C.)
-Performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto #4 (First Movement) with The Howard University Symphony Orchestra
-Adjudicated the 14th Annual Washington International Piano Arts Competition